The club needs to speed up the selection process of the new coach and sporting director. Two decisive figures for a relaunch in grand style.
Some might say that we just have to wait to know the managerial composition of the club of Trigoria, but there’s no time to delay this process. We must act immediately so as not to compromise another season. President Jim Pallotta is waiting for the final approval to build the new stadium because he knows the importance of that facility and CONI President Giovanni Malagò backed the Stadio della Roma project recently.
The American investor is not a speculator but a wise businessman who knows the only way to get close to Juventus and the other football powerhouses is to increase revenues.
“I’m never totally satisfied but we’re trying to build that global brand. Roma has a lot more respect in the football world that they may have had six years ago,” had said Pallotta to the official channel of his club.
It would seem that the club is willing to invest in the new coach for next season. Pallotta is reportedly interested in signing a new director of football as well albeit Frederic Massara is a talented professional. But the club needs to speed up this selection process in order not to compromise the possibility of creating a compact and well-blended group to face future commitments.
The new Roma coach is an indecipherable mystery at this time. Several names have been linked to the giallorossi but nobody knows who the real target is. The fans are hoping for Antonio Conte, but the former Chelsea coach could only be a dream for passionate Roman fans.
Many other people, however, hope that the new sporting director will be Walter Sabatini. But the current Sampdoria executive denied his possible return close to the Colosseum lately.
These are crucial hours to plan for the future. Roma need two strong figures able to revive the ambitions of the Wolves.